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Arthur and the Minimoys Book Review

Arthur and the Minimoys Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Arthur travels to the underground land of the Minimoys to find the hidden secrets of his long, lost grandfather. Read this book review of Arthur and Minimoys by children's author, Luc Besson.

Author: Luc Besson

Arthur travels to an underground land to find the hidden secrets of his long, lost grandfather in Arthur and the Minimoys.

Underground Adventure

When an evil land developer trys to steal his grandmother's house, ten year-old Arthur sets off on a mission to recover a stolen treasure, hidden by his grandfather years ago. While searching for clues, Arthur is catapulted into an adventure that's wilder than he ever imagined. In order to find the missing treasure, Arthur travels to the land of the Minimoys, a miniature people who are less than one inch tall! In three days, Arthur must battle a force of mosquito-riding warriors, defeat an evil wizard and capture the heart of a beautiful Minimoyan princess.

Miniature Mayhem

Arthur and the Minimoys is a fantasy-adventure with tons of cool creatures, plenty of evil and several obstacles, which force young Arthur to come of age and become a leader. While making his way through the enchanting world of the Minimoys, Arthur battles warriors, uncovers an ancient treasure and falls in love - all in three days!


The Bottom Line

Arthur and the Minimoys is an exciting adventure through a mysterious underground land, filled with monsterous creatures, beautiful princesses and large evil insects. The ending will leave you eagerly waiting the next book in the series, Arthur and the Forbidden City. A movie based on both books will be hitting theaters some time in 2006.


Arthur and the Minimoys Rating: 5


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